So, the very recent and irritating Old Navy ad on YouTube I've been getting far too often for my liking, has inspired me to write this little journal entry about why being morbidly obese is utterly horrible for you. Honestly the ad is some of the most cringe shit I've ever seen and yes I get it, obesity rates are unfortunately on the rise in the west. So they're going to make entire lines of clothes for people so fat they won't be here in two months. But they also somehow have choose the most annoying dance routine with the most annoying music ever. Like do they do research and purposely create the worst most universally loathed commercial ever? Also how many brakes you think they took in between takes? Because they needed to rest and cool off after 1-3 minutes of light movement.
And before you say something like "urr pot calling the kettle black!" yes I am a little chubby, I went from 200+ pounds to 180 pounds by cutting the amount of food I eat and thus my calorie intake in half. I've also been walking my dog often and honestly? I've never felt better! I love being able to actually run, fit in a normal seat and I can't stop myself sometimes from looking at my slimmer figure. That's because I'm beginning to actually take good care of my body and be responsible for it, which is what this 'thin privilege' bullshit actually is. Fat usually female SJWs who blame they're fat bodies and poor physical health on other people, because it's somehow our fault they completely lack responsibility and proper eating habits.
You might then think and point out it's very ironic coming from someone like me who has a fat/inflation fetish to 'fat shame' obese people and talk about how it's bad. Sorry to burst your bubble but I never have, never will and never said I liked the real life land whales known as BBW, hell even the realistic fat women 3d character models i see sometimes on DeviantArt (especially is they're made by one artist i call 'Squerral C@&t') are disgusting to me and a major turn off.